February 20, 2020 | An Introduction to Andrew’s Story
February 21, 2020 | Andrew’s Surgery Goes Well
End of February | Physical Therapy Begins for Andrew
April 1, 2020 | Casts Are Removed
May 7, 2020 | Andrew Rides A Bike
June 2, 2020 | The O.U.R. Family Celebrates Andrew’s Birthday
June 23, 2020 | Andrew’s Social Worker Needs Your Encouragement
February 20, 2020
An Introduction to Andrew’s Story
A 6-year-old boy, “Andrew”, was stolen from his home in East Africa, trafficked for his blood, and was saved before he died. We followed his journey with the incredible doctors and nurses who gave him his best chance to walk again.
February 21, 2020
Andrew’s Surgery Goes Well
“This is a miracle that I don’t even have words for other than God loves His children so much more than any of us ever could.” – Jessica Mass, Director of Aftercare
Yesterday, this brave little boy had a life-changing surgery here in the U.S.“Andrew’s surgery today could not have gone better! We think he’ll walk and even run again!!”
Thank you for everyone’s love and support. We sent a text blast requesting good thoughts and prayers yesterday morning. Want to be the first to know when survivors and O.U.R. operators need your help? Text “OURPRAYERS” to 51555.
End of February
Physical Therapy Begins for Andrew
The day after his surgery, Andrew was adamant about wanting to walk again! Here he is during his first physical therapy session shortly after his surgery. We love seeing his persistence and confidence in his healing.
April 1, 2020
Casts Are Removed
May 7, 2020
Andrew Rides A Bike
June 2, 2020
The O.U.R. Family Celebrates Andrew’s Birthday
Andrew went down a waterslide for the first time in his life! He says it’s a day he’ll never forget.
June 23, 2020
Please keep Andrew’s social worker, Harriet, in your thoughts and prayers. She accompanied him here to the U.S. for his surgery, and because of the travel restrictions due to COVID-19, she did not anticipate being here for so many months. While she is staying with friends of O.U.R., we have provided her with a shopping trip to buy her new clothes and have also provided extensive dental work. Her travel arrangements continue to change and are complicated, we hope things will be sorted out soon for her!